Monday, November 22, 2010

The Weekly Chan

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Quote for the Day

"The terrorists have won. The government of the United States cannot get confessed jihadist murderer Achmed Geylani convicted on any of the 224 murders he was charged with because they decided to shower young Achmed with all the protections of the civilian justice system... but the very same government of the United States has decreed that your private parts, and those of your children and your grandmother... and all 300 sets of American genitalia are up for grabs without any probable cause."
--Mark Steyn


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Body Cavity Searches

AP WASHINGTON--Under new stringent TSA regulations, body cavity searches will soon be employed at airports across the country to supplement full body scans and pat downs.

To lend support, head of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano volunteered to act as the subject in the training of countless TSA technicians in this new procedure. When asked how she fared in this role, she said, "It really wasn't that bad after the first couple hundred times. I just laid back and enjoyed it."

What have we come to?

The Weekly Chan

My interpretation: Being a member of organized religion in America is relatively easy, depending upon your social proclivities. Finding the Bride of Christ is a little harder.

I disagree with Chan... He sees the Christian life in very heroic terms... I'm just trying to maintain a relationship and become less of a spiritual coward.

We believers in America are rich. We love the Lord, but we also love the world. We try to find time to pray, but we never miss a Colts game, or our favorite trash-TV drama. We love the world... because when you're rich, the world is good!

And that's why it's easier for a camel to... Well, you know the quote.


Sunday, November 07, 2010

Trent Lott and The Stockholm Syndrome

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott put it plainly: “We did not nominate our strongest candidates.”

Had Republicans run Castle in Delaware and establishment favorites Sue Lowden in Nevada and Jane Norton in Colorado, Lott said, Tuesday would have turned out different.

“With those three we would have won and been sitting at 50 [senators],” he observed.

Trent Lott's career was destroyed by the liberals in Congress and the media... And Trent is still trying to kiss and make up, saying anything to gain their approval. OK... Not exactly the Stockholm Syndrome, but the symmetry is there.

I'm really disappointed in some of the "Establishment Republicans." Mitch Daniels told The Hill, "Republicans fell short of winning control of the Senate because of some weak candidates. We didn't turn up the strongest candidates."

Tea Party Envy.

I'd like to explain something to Karl Rove, Mitch Daniels, Trent Lott, Lindsay Graham, and the rest of the Republican Castrati... If it wasn't for The Tea Party and their so-called weak candidates, the Dems would still be in control of both houses of Congress.

I think the Tea Party needs to replace Lindsay Graham, restrict Mitch Daniels to Indy indefinitely, and send Karl and Trent on a protracted vacation... Some place where they won't be able to find a camera or microphone.

Quote for the Day

"Most Christian parents don't want godly children... They want good children."
--Irwin Lutzer


Saturday, November 06, 2010

MSNBC's Ethics

(CNN) - Keith Olbermann, MSNBC's primetime firebrand host, has been suspended indefinitely for violating the ethics policies of his employer earlier this year when he donated to three Democrats seeking federal office, MSNBC announced Friday.

I'm sorry, but if MSNBC had ethics, they wouldn't have a show that was hosted by Keith Olbermann. Their election coverage would be hosted by news reporters... Not leftwing pundits.

I always figured that MSNBC's ethical restrictions only kicked-in at about the same level of nefariousness as armed robbery and murder.


Friday, November 05, 2010

Harry and Nancy and Bamar (oh my!)

The tea party is alive and well for another two years. The usual suspects are sticking around to inspire us to further glory and new heights. Yes, even after the kick in the teeth they endured on election day, they are as clueless as ever, and ready to entertain.

So in two years when another third of the Senate (including both Dems and RINOs) and the White House are up for grabs... The same three-headed serpent that insured our successes last Tuesday, will be representing the minions of Hell once more.


Wednesday, November 03, 2010

We The Courts...

Three Iowa Supreme Court justices lost their seats Tuesday in a historic upset fueled by their 2009 decision that allowed same-sex couples to marry.

"It appears we're headed for a resounding victory tonight and a historic moment in the state of Iowa," said Bob Vander Plaats, the Sioux City businessman who led a campaign to remove the justices because of the 2009 gay marriage ruling. "The people of Iowa stood up in record numbers and sent a message ... that it is 'We the people,' not 'We the courts.' "

This is how life should always be.

Election Snippets

1) Nevada: The bad news... America is saddled with Harry Reid. The good news... The Dems and Obama are saddled with Harry Reid.

2) California: This state rejected legal marijuana, and yet voted as if everyone was stoned. The state is heading toward the abyss and the majority is heavily in denial.

3a) Florida: Charlie Crist makes my skin crawl. There is no bigger weasel in American politics... Good riddance.

3b) Florida: The biggest story from last night may prove to be that Marco Rubio stepped onto the national stage.

4) Sarah Palin moves the American voter.

5) Illinois: The Obama seat goes GOP.

6) Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania... The blue fades...

7) Indiana gets back its dignity.

8) The bad news... Dems keep the senate. The good news... Obama can't blame Congress and the tea party will remain viable.

9) Governors and State Legislatures: Last night the road got a little easier for future Republican hopefuls.

10: South Dakota: Kristi Noem is a Republican Hottie!